1 - Defining Project Management Basics
Identify the Concepts of Project ManagementIdentify the Relationship Between Project Management and the BusinessIdentify Project Stakeholders and Governance
2 - Defining Project Management within the Organization
Identify Organizational InfluencesIdentify the Project TeamDefine the Project Life CycleDefine Agile Methodology
3 - Defining the PMI® Project Management Methodology
Define the Project Management ProcessDefine the Knowledge AreasIdentify Project Information
4 - Initiating a Project
Initiating Process Group MapDevelop a Project CharterIdentify Project Stakeholders
5 - Planning a Project
Planning Process Group MapDevelop a Project Management PlanPlan Scope ManagementCollect Project RequirementsDefine Project ScopeCreate a Work Breakdown Structure
6 - Planning a Project Schedule
Planning Process Group MapPlan Schedule ManagementDefine Project ActivitiesSequence Project ActivitiesEstimate Activity DurationsDevelop a Project Schedule
7 - Planning Project Costs
Planning Process Group MapPlan Project Cost ManagementEstimate Project CostsDetermine the Projects Budget
8 - Planning Project Quality, Resources, and Procurements
Planning Process Group MapPlan Quality ManagementPlan Resource ManagementEstimate Activity ResourcesPlan Project Procurements
9 - Planning for Risk
Planning Process Group MapPlan Risk ManagementIdentify RisksPerform Qualitative Risk AnalysisPerform Quantitative Risk AnalysisPlan Risk Responses
10 - Planning Stakeholder Engagement and Communications
Planning Process Group MapPlan Stakeholder EngagementPlan Communications Management
11 - Executing a Project
Executing Process Group MapDirect and Manage Project WorkManage Project KnowledgeManage QualityImplement Risk ResponsesConduct Procurements
12 - Working with Stakeholders
Executing Process Group MapAcquire ResourcesDevelop a TeamManage a TeamManage Stakeholder EngagementManage Communications
13 - Monitoring a Project
Monitor and Control Project Work Data Flow DiagramMonitor and Control Project WorkValidate Project ScopeMonitor RisksMonitor Stakeholder EngagementMonitor Communications
14 - Controlling a Project
Controlling Process Group MapPerform Integrated Change ControlControl Project ScopeControl the Project ScheduleControl Project CostsControl Project QualityControl ResourcesControl Project Procurements
15 - Closing a Project
Closing Process Group MapClose Project or Phase
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
This course is designed for individuals who have on-the-job project management experience (regardless of whether their formal job role is project manager), who are not certified project management professionals, and who might or might not have received formal project management training. The course is appropriate for these persons if they wish to develop professionally, increase their project management skills, apply a formalized and standards-based approach to project management, and seek career advancement by moving into a formal project manager job role, as well as to apply for Project Management Institute, Inc. (PMI)® Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification.
Familiarity with project management concepts and working experience with project management are required. Experience with a specific project management software tool is not required.
PLEASE NOTE: If you are planning on taking the PMP exam soon after class completion, you must meet the following minimum requirements in order to qualify:
Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent); 7,500 hours leading and directing projects;
35 hours of project management education --
Four-year degree; 4,500 hours leading and directing projects;
35 hours of project management education.